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From a Funhouse of Mirrors: Finding Your Way in the World

There are two mirrors that everyone holds. One mirror is depicting of admiration and encouragement. And the other mirror is a distorted echo of judgment and critique.

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How to plan your day so your creativity and focus will flourish

The best way to genuinely improve mental performance is to understand the natural limits of our brain. By paying attention to your habits, you can learn to cultivate the mind to create your best work.

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What do you ask yourself during growth in daily life?

Worry and doubt will surely strike at the worst of times. And it’s usually impossible to catch at the moment — it’s not until I’ve started acting and reacting that I realize that stress drives my behaviors or words.

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Living through the social and economic factors of despair

They will tell you, "someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago".

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Why I practice time-in

Each day, I try to spend at least 1-hour of time to myself in moments I've learned to call Time-in.

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Unfolding the Reasons Behind An Illogical Action

When I first heard this, I didn't take it to heart and didn't put much time into trying to understand it. With enough time, I've come to understand what she was trying to tell me – if anything, I hope I can help someone suffering from these ruminating thoughts.

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Buying yourself little rewards to keep you going

How does your routine bring motivation in your daily life, your goals, and fuel your desires?

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3-months later... I feel better

With careful timing, I could scale off my antidepressants, and I'm working on balancing my mental health through discipline, routine, and structure. I'm finding success through channels that have recently opened up to me—channels that felt neurologically unavailable to me before my journey started last spring. I've made new patterns that are sticking, and I have a pattern of sticking to my habits. And I have data to back it up.

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Your Ego's End is an Honest Start

I think it's a good habit to keep yourself grounded; occasionally it's helpful to let go. Allowing yourself to disassociate, you can see thoughts & themes for what they are—separate from your defenses.

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